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About the Time Bryan Cranston Called the Police to Prevent Himself From Murdering His Girlfriend

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2013 | Comments ()


Did you know that Timothy Olyphant was on Sex and the City before he was famous? IT’S TRUE! Here’s 20 more celebrities who were on the show before you know who they were. (Uproxx)

Comic Con kicks off this week, which means lot of enthusiastic coverage of television shows and movies that have nothing to do with comics, and just as many people complaining about what a shit-show Comic Con has become. Me? I appreciate that we f*cking pajama people can cover Comic Con from the comforts from our mother’s basements, the way God intended. Here’s the banner up in San Diego’s convention center for Breaking Bad, which by itself validates Comic Con’s existence to me.


Speaking of Breaking Bad, GQ has a massive interview with Bryan Cranston. At one point, when asked if he had any evil inside of him, he confessed that he once got so angry with an ex-girlfriend he called the cops to prevent himself from killing her. (GQ)

On the subject of comic book movies, Peter Dinklage’s role in X-Men: Days of Future Past has been revealed. (Vulture)

Over on Twitter, Patton Oswalt just shredded Salon.com for being so glib in their humorlessness. It’s, uh, epic. (WG)

If you didn’t already know this was Sofia Vergara on the cover of Bazaar, you’d probably do three or four takes before you could guess her identity. Nice job, photoshop! (GFY)

With J.J. Abrams busy prepping Star Wars VII, who will direct Star Trek 3 now? How about … J.J. Abrams. (Slashfilm)

How dumb is Florida, you ask? Dumb enough to build a middle school on top of a WWI bombing range. And oh yeah: They’re still finding bombs and blowing them up. (Thanks BWeaves) (Orlando Sentinel)

Here’s a fun gallery of Aziz Ansari photoshopped onto rap album covers. My favorite: Wiz Kalifa. (Unreality)

You had to know that Leah Remini quitting the Church of Scientology would have consequences, but who knew they’d be SO grave. (Dlisted)

You know who hates Michael Bay as much as the rest of us? “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” Jeff Garlin. (Flavorwire)

Full House’s Jesse Katsopolis’s (John Stamos) band, Jesse & the Rippers, will be reuniting on Fallon this Friday. Here’s a perfect tease from Stamos’ instagram account.

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